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Ball State University,

at Muncie, Ind.; coeducational; founded 1918 as a state institution. In 1929 it became Ball State Teachers College and in 1965 achieved university status.
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A study by researchers from Masinde Muliro University and Ball State University (USA) found that Kakamega county has the highest number of sickle cell anaemia and under-five mortality in Western followed by Bungoma, Busia and Vihiga counties.
She has a master's degree in architecture and a bachelor's degree in architecture from Ball State University.
The fact that it is recorded only in the biblical book of Matthew argues the "star" may have appeared significant to only a few people, says Ron Kaitchuck, an astronomy professor at Ball State University.
This summer we are celebrating the 50th Horn Workshop/Symposium at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana.
He received a bachelors degree in landscape architecture from Ball State University and resides in Pittsford.
Most high schools have assisted a victim of teen dating violence in the past two years, although most schools still do not have a protocol for how to respond to a report of such an encounter, according to a study by Ball State University.
The coach exhorted his four freshmen and one walk-on who were on the court to play hard until the buzzer after Ball State ran off 10 points in a row.
JAMES SHERMAN RUEBEL (Ball State University), 71, was dean of the honors college at Ball State University.
The focus and scope of this Legacy article are Jack Wescott and Don Smith from Ball State University.
According to state law, public universities are not required to have a policy, as recently reported by Ball State Daily.
The six-month program uses college-level curriculum that was developed in conjunction with Ball State University's John H.